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black people talk who are gangsters and engage in gang activities regarding slapping that *profane word*
ebonics: Yu mean mugging me cuddy?

English: Excuse me sir, are you gazing up and down my body as if you're seeing if i want to start something with you, my reproduction partner
by Hitlerslayer23_rules December 07, 2009
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The langizzle of da shizzles from da hood.
English Phrase:Nice Sneakers!
Ebonics equivalent: Drop them Nike off yo' fizzle for i bust a cap in ya'
by Deez Nuts July 28, 2003
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Literally " Black sounds". or an African language used by African Americans that is not a dialect of English.
Ebonics:
Haps in da hood? = What's going on in the neighborhood?

Jocking my style= Messing with me or copying me in an attempt to be cool like me.

You got beef? = Are you provoking me to engage into a violent confrontation?
by SmellyDaoust March 22, 2010
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derived from "urbanics" which is an unused word for the lingual pattern of paraphrased english speaking people of a lower class. Ebonics; is the ethnocentric translation which is later sold to the masses as a legitamite lingual classification to only represent another effort to condition people to percieve the white culture as civilized and all others as savages.
"What did that wigger say to the nigger? They must be using ebonics."
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Ebonicsinternet
The format by which all UrbanDictionary examples are written.
Bitch be yackin at me fo' speakin wif ebonics so I slap her up and kick her ugly ass right up out my flibbity-flobbity-floop.
by Dem whait bytchez haz me spend December 24, 2009
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Was to be an educational tool to help black and latino school age children to grasp Standard American English (SAE). Once it was picked up by a biased media that made certain to manipulate this into a racial controversy (remember how they manipulated us during the beginning of the Iraqi occupation?) So the whole premise of ebonics was beaten down because we don't want no ghetto kids to start speaking SAE and having more opportunities and gettin' all uppity with the white folks. WORD!
Ebonics: I dont be havin'nothin'

SAE: I don't have opportunities to advance myself
by Marilyn915 December 10, 2006
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The heart of AAVE, the part that is shared across most age groups (although they tend to be used most frequently by teenagers) and that link it most strongly to the language's origins in the creole speech of slavery (compare parallels with creole dialects in the Caribbean today or in Hawaii), is its phonology and grammar. These are the parts that tend to be less often diffused to other groups, and that are the most lasting and the most regular. The single biggest mistake people make about AAVE is dismissing it as careless, or lazy speech, where anything goes. As with all spoken languages, AAVE is extremely regular, rule-governed, and systematic.

-John R. Rickford, Stanford University
AAVE/ebonics: "She BIN had dat han'-made dress" (SE: She's had that hand-made dress for a long time, and still does.)

AAVE: "Befo' you know it, he be done aced de tesses." (SE Before you know it, he will have already aced the tests.)

AAVE: "Ah 'on know what homey be doin." (SE: I don't know what my friend is usually doing.)

AAVE: "Can't nobody tink de way he do." (SE: Nobody can think the way he does.)

AAVE: "I ast Ruf could she bring it ovah to Tom crib." (SE: I asked Ruth if/whether she could bring it over to Tom's place.)
by WrinckleyPeach January 14, 2017
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